Assignment 1, examples 7 & 8

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Tildy
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Assignment 1, examples 7 & 8

Postby Tildy » Fri Jan 13, 2017 2:32 am

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Two versions of this one -- it seems that you have to sacrifice some brightness to avoid the artifacts?

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Re: Assignment 1, examples 7 & 8

Postby gregmeister_admin » Fri Jan 13, 2017 8:34 am

Tildy,
It is always a tug-o-war over how much adjustment you have in the curves. There are always trades to get a good result. While the curve is elastic in that you can push it around you find out very quickly how much "rope" you actually have.

We use a simple image like these so that you can push it hard without getting messed up in what it is doing to the total image. if you did what you had to on a normal image you would have hit the panic button and backed way off the adjustments needed.

Good Job overall the last one might need a revisit.

Greg
Seeing is more than meets the eye.

Greg Groess
Curvemeister Instructor


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